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  1. The best pictures and scenery of the whole trip,in my opinion.The stories and writing are great.Wow what a trip!Thanks for allowing me to be along for the ride.—–John L.

    • John, thanks for the praise. Yes, I’m feeling like that was a real high point for sure. But we have yet to kayak by the foot of a glacier, something we are trying to arrange…. stay tuned.

  2. We took a similar flight-seeing/fishing trip across Cook Inlet out of Soldotna in 2007 via Talon Air Service. We also caught our salmon limit (3 each at that time too). We saw brown bear, black bear, and bald eagles fishing. It was a beautiful day and we flew over the glacier on the way back. We arrived back in Soldotna late in the day so they took us to the fish processing plant and exchanged our fresh caught salmon for frozen fillets! We were camping on the spit in Homer at the time. An interesting side trip if you are still in the area is to the Russian village of Nikolaevsk, which is a short detour off the main road leading into Homer. There we visited the Russian Samovar Café for a light lunch with tea service. What a hoot.

    • Gary, thanks for the tip. In fact, we’re in Homer (on the spit) right now, and we’ll check it out before we leave.

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